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Snow Essay

274 words - 2 pages

 There once was a queen who named her only daughter Snow White because her skin was so fair and lovely. The queen died, and Snow White’s father married a new queen, who was evil, vain and wicked. Every morning she would stand in front of the mirror and say, “Mirror, mirror on the wall, who is the fairest one of all?” The mirror always answered, “You are ...view middle of the document...


The evil queen ordered one of her servants to take Snow White to the forest to have her killed. The servant, feeling sorry for Snow white, let her go and brought back a deer heart to show the queen he had done the deed. Snow White takes refuge in the forest in the house of seven dwarfs to hide from her stepmother. The dwarfs grow to love their unexpected visitor, who cleans their house and cooks their meals. But one day while the dwarfs are at their diamond mine, the Queen arrives at the cottage disguised as an old peddler woman and persuades Snow White to bite into a poisoned apple. The dwarfs, warned by the forest animals, rush home to chase the witch away, but they are too late to save Snow White from the poisoned apple. They place her in a glass coffin in the woods and mourn for her. The Prince, who has fallen in love with Snow White, he bent down to give her a kiss. Snow White woke up and prince Charming married her and took her to his palace and lived happily ever after.

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